Generally, for banks and lenders, the asset coverage ratio (ACR) is one way to check the loan-friendliness of the company. Investors can also use the concept of… Read More »Asset Coverage Ratio (ACR): How to use ACR as a share price valuation tool?
[Updated] Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) method is a better way of intrinsic value calculation. But why Intrinsic Value is required? Because based on it, one can judge… Read More »Discounted Cash Flow (DCF): How to use it for Stock Valuation?
In this method, we first estimate the ‘absolute PE’ of a stock. Then multiply the calculated PE with EPS. This will give us the fair… Read More »Absolute PE Method: How to estimate intrinsic value using this method?
If you like to estimate intrinsic value of a stock, then start with Net Current Asset Value Per Share (NCAVPS). Why? Because it is the… Read More »Net Current Asset Value Per Share (NCAVPS): A Method To Value Stocks
Residual income method is a unique and a comparatively easier way to estimate intrinsic value of companies. What makes it unique is the factor called… Read More »Residual Income Method: A great way to estimate intrinsic value of companies
Earning Power Value (EPV) method of stock valuation was developed by Bruce Greenwald. At the outset EPV may give an impression that it uses a too simplistic… Read More »Earning Power Value (EPV) Method of Stock Valuation
Out of all valuation methods, companies valuation by reproduction cost method is most understandable. Valuation of a company is perhaps the most critical aspect of… Read More »Company Valuation by Reproduction Cost Method